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Hacked Ultra100



I have a hacked Ultra100 made to function like a Fastrack100.  I followed the steps on www.braziliantech.com.  Basically, what Daniel, the webmaster for that site, did was to take a fasttrack bios, then change every occurrence of Device ID DEV_4D30 (FastTrak), and replace it with DEV_0D30 (Ultra100).  Then he took every occurrence of SubSystem ID SUBSYS_4D39105A and changed it to SUBSYS_4D33105A.  http://www.braziliantech.com/en-us/guides/02172001.shtml .  All I had to do was flash the bios, then download his special windows drivers in order to get it to work.  What would I have to do to the linux drivers to get linux installed on this hacked array?  To modify the windows drivers, he changed a "104h - RAID Controller" to a "180h - PCI Mass Storage Controller".  http://www.braziliantech.com/en-us/guides/06142001.shtml .  He created linux drivers, based off the Promise ones, which do not validate the device class.  However, these drivers do not seem to work.  I cannot install RH7 or 7.1 using this driver disk.  http://www.braziliantech.com/Promise/ftrhup_120b9_A7VRAID.zip .  What would I need to do to get these drivers to work, or create new drivers for the hacked chip.  The chip is a Promise Ultra100 on an Asus A7V motherboard.  Thanks.
 
-Eric Hattemer

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